VEDBAEK, Denmark, May 23, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exiqon A/S (Copenhagen:EXQ) today announced that results from a diagnostic program on the potential of using circulating microRNAs in serum as companion diagnostic biomarkers has been selected for presentation at the 2011 ASCO meeting to be held June 3-6 in Chicago.
The title of the work is: "The potential of circulating microRNA (miRNA) levels as a biomarker in drug development: An analysis of tumor-serum samples from patients on a phase I trial of saracatinib-paclitaxel (P) carboplatin (C)". Abstract No: 10548 Citation: J Clin Oncol 29: 2011 (suppl; abstr 10548).
"The selection for presentation at the ASCO is a reflection of the great progress being made in demonstrating the utility of miRNAs present in blood derived serum or plasma as biomarkers.", says Adam Baker, VP of Diagnostics at Exiqon.
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